Bonita Bay Club
ARCHITECT: Peacock + Lewis
INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE: Peacock + Lewis
FFA DESIGN: Peacock + Lewis
CONTRACTOR: D. Garrett Construction, Inc.
OWNER: Bonita Bay Club
SIZE: 60,000 sqft
COMPLETION DATE: September 2015
- 2017 ASID Design Excellence Spa & Health Club Design
- 2017 ASID Design Excellence for Hospitality/Common Space
- BoardRoom Magazine | February 2014
- Club & Resort Business | February, 2014
- Links Magazine | March, 2012
Bonita Springs, Florida
The Club took the advantage of an opportunity to purchase a failing 60,000 sqft three-story Medical Office Building adjacent to their campus and transform it into a cutting edge “Lifestyle Center”. The original 10’ wide lobby with 9’ high ceiling was structurally modiﬁed to create a naturally illuminated two-story atrium. The expansive 32’ x 53’ new lobby features a 26’ high ceiling with sculptural lighting and colorful artwork. To the left of the main lobby is the etched glass and polished stainless steel entry to a 9,000 sqft Spa and Salon featuring member’s relaxation suites with Whirlpools, Sauna, Steam Room, Swiss Showers, Toilets, Showers, Men’s and Women’s Lockers Rooms. The Nail and Hair Salon is located to the left of the Spa Reception on an outside wall providing natural daylight and views to an adjacent Flower Garden.
A custom designed open stairway constructed of polished stainless steel and floating mahogany treads connects the main lobby with the second floor Cyber Café and the 20,000 sqft Fitness Area. With the interactive equipment the Fitness Area is one of the most technologically advanced in the country.
The Fitness program offers classes ranging from Pilates and Golf Fitness to spinning and nutrition.
The third floor features 20,000 sqft of office space for several health related businesses including a primary care doctor, rehabilitation specialists, naturopathic specialist, dermatologist and a podiatrist. Acoustical isolation was carefully addressed between floors and selected walls due to the variety of activities housed throughout the building. Additionally, the mechanical, electric and plumbing system were replaced with innovative technology providing activity specific temperature and humidity controls throughout the building.